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Wilson Considered For Presidency Of U. of Chicago

James O. Wilson, Shattuck Professor of Government, is currently being considered for the presidency of the University of Chicago, sources

The Century-Old Merger Issue

From the time of its founding in 1879, Radcliffe contained what many thought would be the seeds of its own

ROTC Makes A Stormy Exit

L AST FALL Harvard's political Left and Right mobilized their constituencies around an issue that the Faculty had presumably resolved

China's Expansionism: Struggle for Control Over Border Provinces

T HE HISTORY of China has been a model history of imperialism in Asia. Over the last two millenia Chiese

Unclear National Returns

Off years on the election circuit are ordinarily dull routines. Last Tuesday's elections were no different, but many political observers

ACSR May Weigh University's Role In Arkansas Environmental Dispute

The Advisory Committee on Shareholder Responsibility may study the necessity and environmental repercussions of a power plant proposed by the

Affirmative Action Delayed Again

For three years now Harvard has been trying to meet federal standards for a non-discriminatory hiring plan. For three years

School Reforms in Need of Reforming

Cambridge, unlike other New England cities is not a battleground for Democrats and Republicans. It is a watering-hole for two

Harvard Status May Delay OK Of Hiring Plan

Harvard's prominent status in the academic world may be a stumbling block to federal acceptance of the University's non-discriminatory hiring

Mid-East Cools Off

Two subjects dominated the American press this week, and the developments in one may not have been unrelated to the

Students Control Bangkok As Civilians Gain Power

Bangkok was calm yesterday as Thailand's new premier named a civilian-dominated cabinet to replace the military regime overthrown by a

Agnew Walks The Plank

Spiro Agnew may not have been a household word when Presidential candidate Richard Nixon nominated the Maryland governor for the

Faculty Surprised, Passers-by Amused

Harvard faculty members differed sharply today on the effects Vice President Agnew's resignation would have on Nixon, his administration and

Science Books Are Back At Hilles

While radicals have yet to find a way to topple Chile's military regime, Radcliffe Quadrangle residents won a victory of

Woman Will Head Major Dept. Of Med School for First Time

A woman has been named chairman of the Department of Pediatrics at the Medical School and physician-in-chief of the Children's